Amsterdamnenhackinshpek!

Food — By Crust on August 7, 2009

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It’a whole vegetables, plucked from the earth, with dirt on them and presented to the customer in their purest form. The one chef studied in michelin stars the other at vegetarian/raw vegan in New York.

4 Comments

  1. Jam says:

    Wow Christie, the pictures look great! I’d never heard about De Kas before but I just read about it and it sounds amazing!

  2. old roomie says:

    I miss you! You were so much fun! I may visit you, if you’ll have me?

  3. melissa says:

    wow!!! it’s really good to see something else no??? i can wait for the next experience..it’s so fun to traveling and read your blog and see all the picture make me feel i whant more travelling!!! i hope you have fun there…
    take care
    xx

  4. Arturo says:

    This is a good design, for a bin. I had a staontiary bin but it was too difficult for me to turn the heavy materials. I agree that large capacity is necessary for quick or hot composting. I love my compostumbler. It’s bigger than the other bins and tumblers out there and it’s really easy to turn even for my Dad who’s 69. He’s made 6 batches of compost in his compostumbler since he bought one 6 months ago!

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